New Delhi: The police stopped the opposition parties who were marching from Parliament to lodge a complaint with the Enforcement Directorate regarding the Adani issue.
A hung parliament: The second phase of the budget session began on Monday. For the past two days, the opposition parties have been clamoring for an inquiry into the Adani case and the ruling party demanding that Rahul Gandhi apologize in Parliament for his London speech. Due to this, for the third day in a row, the functioning of both the Houses of the Parliament has been affected.
Opposition Rally: In this situation, today (March 15) before the meeting of the Parliament, the leaders of the opposition parties met in the chamber of the Leader of the Opposition in the Parliament to take a joint decision on the Adani issue. As per the decision taken in it, the opposition parties marched from the Parliament to lodge a complaint with the Enforcement Directorate regarding the Adani issue. The opposition was stopped by the police as they marched without permission.
Earlier, police had been deployed for security on the road outside Parliament. Similarly, Prohibitory Order 144 was also passed before Parliament. Two barricades were placed outside the parliament. Trinamool Congress Party and Nationalist Congress Party did not participate in this rally of opposition parties.
Adani Affair Background: The US-based Hindenburg Research Institute had alleged that the Adani Group was involved in stock manipulation and money laundering. The Adani Group had denied the allegation as baseless. In this situation, the Supreme Court had appointed a 6-member expert committee to conduct an investigation in this regard. The order was welcomed by the Adani Group.